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Dennington Red skipper Darren King is looking forward to his side’s semi-final against Warrnambool Blue at Terang today.DENNINGTON Red skipper Darren King believes Mother Nature has provided his Saturday pennant side with an extra dose of motivation for today’s first semi-final.
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Dennington was in a form slump before the final home-and-away round, dropping two consecutive matches.

But with round 18 abandoned due to heat and last Saturday’s opening week of finals postponed due to rain, King said his side was refreshed and raring to return to the greens.

He believed the unexpected two-week break in Saturday pennant had injected more enthusiasm into his side.

“Hopefully that does the job for us,” he said.

“We’re really looking forward to playing again, especially because we were disappointed with how we were playing.”

Dennington takes on Warrnambool Blue at Terang today, with the former hoping to reverse the result from round 16, when it lost 108-81.

“It’s one-all between us this year and last time we played them, they had a couple of their Gold players who have gone back up,” he said.

“It might be just that little bit tighter.”

King has skipped a settled rink for most of the season, with the combination desperate to swing its momentum today.

“We’ve had a couple of bad losses lately,” he said.

He said one of the advantages of pennant was that it was a team game.

“If your rink is ever down, you just have to look across and see how you’re going overall,” he said.

“You don’t always have to win your rink. Sometimes it’s about not getting beaten by too much.”

The skipper is no stranger to finals, with Dennington a perennial top-four side along with powerhouses Warrnambool Gold and City Memorial Red.

“They seem to dominate every year,” King said of the latter pair. “I’ve played in about seven losing preliminary finals.”

Being a finals regular means that nerves aren’t an issue for King.

“Because I’ve played in quite a few, I just treat it as another game,” he said.

The winner of today’s first semi-final will take on the loser of this afternoon’s second semi between Warrnambool Gold and City Red, which will be played at Dennington.

In division three, Warrnambool Orange and Dennington will meet in the second semi at City Memorial, while both division four semi-finals will also be held at Cramer Street.

Warrnambool Maroon and Koroit Green are vying for a grand final spot, while Port Fairy and Warrnambool Yellow are playing to keep their seasons alive.

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